TIM’S MOVIE CRACKS TOP 5

Tim McGraw’s new movie Flicka made an impressive debut over the weekend, tying for fifth place at the box office.

In figures reported in USA Today, Flicka, which premiered in theaters Friday, Oct. 20, grossed $7.7 million. The reviews have been mostly positive about the film and Tim’s performance as a headstrong father who runs a ranch in Wyoming. Variety magazine raved, “He looked like the genuine article as a rancher, and carries off his serious scenes with aplomb.” Tim told the Canadian newspaper, the Calgary Herald, that he doesn’t like watching himself on the big screen, however. “When I’m up there too long, I just start analyzing everything I did wrong,” he says.

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